Ford Motor Co.’s plan announced today to add capacity and build its revamped Fiesta small car in Mexico will push that country past Ontario as the leading North American vehicle assembly region in 2012, Ward’s forecasts. Mexico this year is projected to speed by Michigan to become the No.2 vehicle assembler, with 2,214,597 units vs. 2,028,303. And if Ford achieves its target of boosting production by 500,000 vehicles annually in Mexico within the next four years, the country’s total ...

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